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    "The Art of Retta Scott" Hawaiian Scene Painting Original Art (Walt Disney, c. 1950-60s). When Disney Legend Inductee, Retta Scott (1916 - 1990) married a US Navy Submarine Commander, they were stationed in Hawaii. Retta Scott illustrated a cook book that was sold on the base in Hawaii. She also had a career as a local artist, selling her original watercolor paintings in local galleries. It is said she had quite a following. This is one of Retta Scott's original watercolor paintings of a scene in Hawaii when she lived there. It is on watercolor board of 20" x 14". It is unsigned and untitled, but comes from the Retta Scott Estate. Her Hawaii scenes are the most sought after of all her watercolor paintings. Minor handling and edge wear. Overall condition is Very Good.

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